The Library Channel helps celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic name change which transformed Arizona State College into Arizona State University with a new series of podcasts throughout the year. The name change, a singular moment in the university's and state's history, came through an unprecedented statewide referendum that officially passed on Nov. 4, 1958. In this first episode, we are joined by former editor of the State Press and former director of the Alumni Association Don... Topics: ASU, ASC, Arizona State, history, library, podcast, education Source: WAV File Recorded on Marantz PMD670
As part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the historic transformation of Arizona State College into Arizona State University we our proud to present a panel discussion featuring the ASU Emeritus College . The panel includes four of the founding members of the Emeritus College: Founding Dean Dick Jacob, Associate Dean Chuck Elliott, the Emeritus College Newsletter Editor and Council member Winifred Doane, and current Emeritus College Dean Len Gordon. Our distinguished panel members discuss... Topics: ASU, university, emeritus, research, library, education, faculty
A Diversity Horizons Presentation sponsored by the Diversity Team at Fletcher Library Leandro Soto , Senior Lecturer and Artist-in-Residence at ASU’s West campus, presented an intimate curator/artist talk inside the Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance Gallery at ASU at the West campus on Tuesday October 10, 2006. This exhibit, “Shared Visions: India, Mexico, & Cuba” honored and celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month - but in a totally new way. Attendees took off their shoes, sat on the... Topics: art, diversity, education, fine arts
ASU West campus Dean of Student Affairs Kevin Cook and student government president Ryan Caracciolo highlight all the exciting homecoming events at the ASU West campus for Fall 2008. The ASU West campus is participating in Homecoming as part of the campusâs role as a vital part of one university in many places by hosting a variety of events enabling members of the West campus community to get together, have fun, and show their Sun Devil spirit. This yearâs celebration is special because it... Topics: ASU, ASC, Arizona State, library, podcast, education, homecoming, students
The ASU Library Channel presents a workshop on the academic publishing process presented by Dr. David Lamond, an Academic Adviser for Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. and editor of their Journal of Management History. David provides information and advice helpful to faculty, graduate students and academic professionals attempting to publish articles in academic journals. Topics include online usage and dissemination of published works, tips for publishing success, the editorial value chain and... Topics: ASU, libraries, publishing, research, scholarly communication, higher education
This is an enhanced chapter-enabled AAC file for iTunes and iPods. Previously Ms. Bishoff was Vice President for Digital Collection Services at OCLC, and former Executive Director of the Colorado Digitization Program. Liz has worked with libraries and museums in many states on various aspects of their collaborative digitization initiatives. Part one: Liz discusses assumptions about grants and libraries Part two: Federal Funding Information Part three: Liz concludes her discussion and answers... Topics: higher education, information science, federal funding, libraries
In order to create and refine library services and resources to support the faculty of the New American University, it is imperative that we in the libraries have a clear understanding of their research process. In part two Dr. Keith Kintigh the associate director of the School of Human Evolution and Social Change show the evolution and history intellectual threads and activities of his work that have gotten including archaeological fieldwork, southwest biocomplexity, the development of... Topics: Research, library, Library innovations, ASU, Higher Education, Digital Repositories, podcast,...
Originally presented by the ASU Libraries in 2007 Barrett, The Honors College has recently presented an exhibit in the Hayden Library featuring the history of the Flinn Foundation Centennial Lecture , the works of this year’s Centennial Lecturer Anna Quindlen, as well as the history of Barrett at ASU. Join host Fred McIlvain for this interview with special guest Mark Jacobs, Dean of Barrett, The Honors College as they discuss these topics as well as the future growth of Barrett. Host:... Topics: education, history, academics, student life, buildings, Arizona
Host Fred McIlvain welcomes special guest Dr. Ann Dutton Ewbank, Education Liason Librarian , to talk about being named one of fifty Library Journal ”Movers and Shakers.” She is joined by Jennifer Duvernay, ASU Libraries Marketing and Outreach Officer, also named a Mover and Shaker in 2005, who reflects on the significance of this honor. Ann talks about her continued work to promote and educate the public, especially lawmakers, on the value of teacher-librarians in K-12 schools. Ann is a... Topics: librarian, libraries, education, public schools, ASU, Arizona State University Source: WAV File Recorded on Marantz PMD670
The Library Channel starts off 2008 with a new edition to our series Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success. We are joined by Librarian Leslee Shell from the Fletcher Library on the ASU West campus and Ken Sweat from the Integrated Natural Sciences Department at the West campus. Ken and Leslee joined forces to get students past the heady language associated with scientific literature and into the vast resources available to them. Leslee was also looking at bringing library... Topics: library, innovations, Higher Education, Faculty Team-Up, biology, podcast Source: Audio WAV file
The ASU Libraries continues our series Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success with History and Political Science Bibliographer Ed Oetting and Associate Professor of History Dr. Andrew Barnes. Andrew and Ed collaborate on an online history methodology course which includes an embedded library component. The goal of the library component is to teach students how to do valid historical research online via web based library resources. They faced the challenge of creating effective... Topics: information literacy, history, education, libraries, library, research methods, Arizona State...
The 6th edition of the Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success series. In this episode The Library Channel brings you Kinesiology lecturers Jennifer Fay and Tannah Broman and Health Sciences Librarian Sheila Hofstetter . Learn from this lively discussion of how faculty sought to improve their students' ability to quickly find the best research; a critical skill they knew would be vital to their success as students in Kinesiology 200, upper level courses, and future healthcare... Topics: information literacy, kinesiology, education, library, librarians, research methods, university,... Source: WAV File Recorded on Marantz PMD670
Fred McIvain talks with Librarian Jeanne Davidson who joined the ASU Libraries as Head of the Noble Science and Engineering Library in June 2007. They discuss the expanding services, collaborations and new approaches Jeanne has helped establish. Topics: library, innovations, Higher Education, librarian, science, podcast
Marilyn Wurzburger reflects on her 48 year career with ASU Libraries. She covers the move from the cramped Matthews Library to spacious Hayden Library, the people she worked with, and the unique collections she helped build. Topics: ASU, university, archivist, archives, library, education, Patricia Seaton Lawford
Our series, "Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success," returns! In this installment we are joined by Dr. Ken Mossman , Professor of Health Physics in the ASU School of Life Sciences , and Katherine O'Clair , Life Sciences Librarian, ASU Libraries. They are here to tell us about collaborating to help students succeed in Bio 302: Cancer & Heart Disease . Ken's interests are in radiological, health and safety with a particular concern in public health and protection from... Topics: ASU, biology, X-ray, cancer research, education, arizona, library, life science, radiological... Source: WAV File Recorded on Marantz PMD670
In order to create and refine library services and resources to support the faculty of the New American University, it is imperative that we in the libraries have a clear understanding of their research process. In part oneDr. Jane Maienschein discusses The Embryo Project and its partnership with the ASU Knowledge Network. Dr. Jane Maienschein, Regentsâ Professor, Presidentâs Professor, and Parents Association Professor, serves as the director of the Center for Biology and Society in the... Topics: Research, library, Library innovations, ASU, Higher Education, Digital Repositories, podcast, embryo
Over a hundred years ago a Franciscan friar and self-taught photographer, Simeon Schwemberger dramatically captured the life of Catholic clergy, Navajo people, and others in the Southwest. Curatorial Museum Specialist Karrie Porter Brace, Curator of the Labriola National American Indian Data Center Joyce Martin, and University Archivist Rob Spindler promote their new exhibit Schwemberger Photographs an exhibition of large format images taken between 1902 and 1909 by Brother Simeon Schwemberger... Topics: ASU, Arizona, exhibit, photography, glass plate negatives, Navajo Indians, missions, Franscisca...
Curator Jacqueline Chao with Featured artists Angela Cazel Jahn and Stephen Marc discuss the Spring 2011 Origins Art Exhibit that runs through April 29, 2011 at the ASU Tempe campus. Angela Cazel Jahn's piece, "Our Little House of Once Was Knowledge" is featured in the lobby of Hayden Library on the ASU Tempe campus. Her exhibit is a small house structure containing boxes full of bits of what people think are knowledge resting on a foundation of books and artifacts including... Topics: exhibits, humanities, art, podcasts, education, ASU, Arizona, library